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The Effect of Organizational Commitment on Job Performance for Kuwaitis and Expatriates in the Public Sector in Kuwait

Auther : Adam Ghazi Al-Otaibi

This study examined the organizational commitment and job performance among native Kuwaitis and expatriate workers. It is concerned with the relationship between organizational commitment and job performance. Participating in the research were (459) employees, (253) native Kuwaitis, (100) Egyptians, and (106) Jordanians, from six government organizations within the Kuwait Civil Service. The result indicated that there were significant differences in the attitudes of both native Kuwaitis and expatriates, and furthermore among the expatriates themselves. The Egyptians had significantly higher scores in organizational commitment and job performance than the Jordanians or Kuwaitis. It has been concluded from the study that the only significant factor was education, which correlated positively with organizational commitment for Jordanians. It has also been found that other demographic factors; age, education and job tenure had no significant correlation with organizational commitment or job performance among both native Kuwaitis and expatriates. The findings also indicated that there were significant correlations between organizational and job performance among the employee subjects of the study. The implications of these findings are discussed.

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